Unrest Multilingual DVD
Get the award-winning documentary that's changing culture and growing a movement
- Unrest documentary film
- Format: DVD; NTSC, Region 0 (playable in all regions)
- Total run time: 97 mins
- Sound: Stereo or 5.1 surround sound
- Audio description: English
- Closed captions: English
- Subtitles: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Portuguese (European), Romanian, Russian, Spanish (Latin American), Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Turkish
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Jennifer Brea is a Harvard PhD student about to marry the love of her life when suddenly her body starts failing her. Hoping to shed light on her strange symptoms, Brea grabs a camera and films the darkest moments as she is derailed by M.E. (commonly known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), a mysterious illness some still believe is “all in your head.” Brea’s wonderfully honest portrayal asks us to rethink the stigma around a disease that affects millions of people. Unrest is a vulnerable and eloquent personal documentary that is sure to hit closer to home than many could imagine.
"Brilliant" - The Daily Telegraph
“Riveting...equal parts medical mystery, science lesson, political advocacy primer and even a love story.” — San Francisco Chronicle
“Remarkably intimate, deeply edifying and a stirring call to action…an existential exploration of the meaning of life.” — LA Times
“An intimate essay” that even feels like “a suspenseful thriller” and “packs a significant emotional punch.” — The Spectator